It’s not very common that a car gets an update every year of its production but the Nissan GT-R is one example where that has pretty much been the case.
The 2013 GT-R has have an evolutionary update bringing engineering enhancements from the 24-Hours of Nürburging entry earlier this year.
Modifications include improved engine response, increased body rigidity, and spec changes to the shock absorbers, springs and front stabiliser. So as a result you might expect that this car is going to be somewhat better than what has passed through by more than just a little bit.
For those wanting a more luxurious feel when sitting in the GT-R will be happy to know that there will also be a new luxury option that includes hand-stitched semi-aniline leather in amber red (including seat and door trims and centre console).
With a 0-100km/h at a staggering 2.7seconds (a 0.1 improvement) and a lap top around the Nürburging in just 7mins and 19.1 seconds this has to be simply the best value, and almost most outrageous supercar there is.